Change WordPress user roles and capabilities › Forums › Bug Reports › Plugin is… not doing anything…
- This topic has 3 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 4 years ago by Vladimir.
15/05/2019 at 05:02 #5671libbyljfParticipant
I bought the pro version because I need to restrict access to content by role in some rather complicated ways. This plugin looks like it’s exactly what I need. Unfortunately, it isn’t doing anything at all, even with basic settings to show/hide a post. I’ve tried configuring multiple roles and multiple post types, tried setting restrictions by type, by individual posting, and by shortcode but nothing changes. The plugin doesn’t seem to impact the site no matter what I do.
I’m editing in Chrome and running tests in Safari and Firefox, switching between users with different roles. Caches have been cleared… multiple times. I’m using a theme that integrates with WP Job Manager and Buddypress. Are there any known issues with these plugins? If not, what else can be tried?15/05/2019 at 06:31 #5680VladimirKeymaster
There are no known issues with mentioned plugins.
Let’s look on the problems step by step.
Describe me one of the examples (what do you wish to achieve) which does not work for you and show screenshots of the settings you made for that.
If you can provide admin access to your site. It will be helpful.
Send credentials to support [at-sign] role-editor.com20/05/2019 at 21:14 #5694mcnottParticipant
Used the non-pro version and just updated to Pro. I am trying to give employees access to editing gravity Forms and views only. As above installed Chrome and testing in Safari and Chrome. Only way I can provide access is using full admin rights which is not advisable.
No way to access the menus selected under user roles pro or capabilities. Any ideas?
Chris21/05/2019 at 01:32 #5695VladimirKeymaster
You missed link to screenshot.
When site uses User Role Editor, Gravity Forms requires apparently assign to a role its capabilities – look Custom Capabilities->Gravity Forms group:
Did you granted them to a role?
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.